Actress in New York, NY and Philadelphia, PA
Arielle Mandelberg spent her formative years playing soccer, beach camping in Cape Henlopen, and collecting Japanese beetles in her front yard in Wilmington, Delaware. Dabbling in community theater and a few school productions, Arielle truly fell in love with acting during an extended New York Film Academy intensive in Los Angeles. She went on to earn her BFA in Acting from Academy of Art University in San Francisco under the direction of Diane Baker.
Arielle worked extensively in the Bay Area, with minor stints as a healthy food blogger and social media manager for a juice company. Notable credits include starring in a B-Horror feature film produced by Roger Corman (Little Shop of Horrors), nationally-running Honda and Zenni Optical commercials, and playing Olive Ostrovsky in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
In 2017, Arielle made the move to New York City to pursue acting and study Meisner under the direction of Laura Henry. Since becoming a NY resident, she's played the lead in an extended run play (Grace is Good) at the historic Theater for the New City, acted in several national commercials including Geico, ADT, Lands Ends, Lifetime Network, and Xfinity, worked as a voiceover artist and lifestyle model, and has continued her studies at Kimball Studios. She also works as a local hire in Philadelphia.
When she's not acting, find Arielle boasting about being a Hufflepuff, saying hello to any dog she sees, learning how to weave or speak French or do a headstand or make the perfect pavlova, and rewatching The Office.